We’ve added some photos from our latest Poem for a Song performances at Newcastle Community Cinema and the Verbal Arts Centre in Londonderry to our Facebook page. Check them out below. Also, be sure not to miss our next performance on June 5th at 3pm at The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre in Armagh! … More Pictures from Newcastle and Londonderry
Join us on a journey into a world of lyrical texts, songs and poems that capture the heartbeat of what it is to be human. With a selection of wonderful poetry and arrangements of new and old music, ‘A Poem For A Song’ brings a delightful new twist to the performance of poetry. From humble … More Poem for a Song Tour Dates Announced!
Join us as we embark on rehearsals for our our exciting new project, Poem for a Song! Antrim Community Choir, internationally acclaimed folk trio The Henry Girls, and renowned local poet, Ruth Carr, will collaborate to perform at different venues and literary festivals countrywide over the forthcoming year. This marriage of art forms perfectly combines singing … More Poem for a Song
This last Sunday we visited the seaside! We started singing outside the magnificent Norman castle of Carrickfergus in the bracing sea air before moving into the castle courtyard to serenade the visitors and model soldiers alike. On the advice of a visitor, we ventured down a narrow passageway and squeezed into the tiny ammunition store, known … More Carrickfergus Castle
At the end of March we visited the beautiful grounds of Galgorm Castle. We first sang in the courtyard, then wandered down to the new garden centre, where bemused gardeners in search of spring planting were treated to our warbles. Here is a lovely video from the day:
We shall be singing at Galgorm Castle in Ballymena tomorrow from 2:30pm to 3:30pm. Hope to see you there!
Bellaghy Bawn is best known for its links to the Nobel-prizewinning poet Seamus Heaney, who lived in Bellaghy as a child. This 17th century house hosts an exhibition of his works as a tribute to him. It was an honour to sing here and our “majestic poet queen”, Mabel, recited one of his poems as … More Bellaghy Bawn
High on the side of the mountain overlooking Belfast Lough stands beautiful Belfast Castle. It was built in the 19th century by the Marquis of Donegall, who willed it to the Shaftesbury family, who in turn eventually gave it to the city of Belfast in 1934. Today the castle and its grounds are widely used … More Belfast Castle – 26 January 2014
Hello everyone! We hope you’ve had a lovely festive season and we would like to welcome you into the new year with our next performance in the Delusions of Grandeur Tour. We shall be at Belfast Castle this Sunday, 26 January, from 2:30pm to 3:30pm. Looking forward to seeing you there!
A bunch of jolly carollers got into the spirit of things with Santa hats, tinsel, and even reindeer antlers. In the quiet little town of Strangford, the strains of Away in a Manger drifted quietly across the lough as seagulls wafted in time to the music … and then we had a great lunch in … More Strangford and Castle Ward – 8 December 2013